Archive - Dec 22, 2011
ALBANY â€“ Christmas came early for Amy and Eric Dolloffâ€™s family when they and their four children visited several of the Disney theme parks in Orlando, FL, Nov. 8 to Nov. 14.
Make-a-Wish Vermont paid all the expenses of the trip. The family stayed at Give the Kids the World, a special resort for Make-a-Wish families. The family qualified for the trip because their two-year-old son, Gabriel Dolloff, has numerous medical problems including Down syndrome and leukemia.Â
The Dolloffs have three other children who range in age from toddler to teenager.Â
NEWPORT, VT - The Newport Rotary Club placed dozens of wreaths on the graves of veterans buried at the East Main Cemetery last Friday, Dec. 16. Rotarians also placed wreaths at the cemetery on the Lake Road in Newport Center.
The Rotary Club was represented by Rotarian Roger Cartee, Service Officer for the American Legion Frank Ormsbee, Rotarian Jude Smith, American Legion Adjutant and Rotarian Bill Graham and Rotarian Jim Jarvis.
DERBY - Nathan Corrow of Newport sustained minor injuries when his Ford SUV flipped over off of the Crawford Road in Derby.
The accident occurred around 6 PM Wednesday.
The Derby Line Fire Department responded to the scene and rescued the trapped driver from the vehicle.
According to Fire Chief Craig Ellam, the roads were very icy.
CANAAN â€“ The UCA Crusaders took to the road Tuesday night to face off against Canaan, but unfortunately both teams came home emptied handed, with the boys losing 66-48, and the girls falling 69-25.
To the boys game first. After trailing by 22 at half, Coach Tony DelaBruere said his team â€ścame out ready to play in the 2nd half;â€ť and that they, â€śhad a certain game plan and they executed it in the 2nd half.â€ť
United Christian had 3 players score in double figures, led by Paul Samaanâ€™s 22, Dale Martell and Jon DelaBruere each chipped in with 12.